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8th Aug '17 9:48:10 PM PaulA
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->''"Although '''Film/ILoveYouBethCooper''' is actually fairly close to its source material, thanks largely through sharing the same writer, it still manages to be lost in adaptation. The book's content, which would've made for an R-rated movie, has been toned down for the PG-13, so the vestiges of the original darker content come across as harsher in the sea of mediocrity. If they were attempting to satirise or make a comment on teen flicks, then they failed, because the final film shows little evidence of this, and it's just another entry tredding on familiar ground. Hell, even '''Film/TheGirlNextDoor''' is a better take at this kind of material! The running gay joke not only wears thin, but comes close to being worryingly homophobic, especially given the character's alternate name is "Dick Munsch", and his habit of quoting movies is another staggeringly unfunny runner that only reminds you of better films! Director Creator/ChrisColumbus has to lay a lot of the blame here, as he does a poor job, because scenes feel slack, forced, and tone-deaf, laying on subtlety-free slapstick to compensate. This reflects in many of the lame stereotypes throughout, especially Paul Rust's '''way''' overplaying nerd, who is one of the most irritating lead performances I've seen in ages, who actually looks older than the eight-year age difference suggests, making things even more unsettling! In short, I don't like you, Beth Cooper, let's not be friends, and I'm not accepting a Website/{{Facebook}} invite either."''

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->''"Although '''Film/ILoveYouBethCooper''' is actually fairly close to its source material, thanks largely through sharing the same writer, it still manages to be lost in adaptation. The book's content, which would've made for an R-rated movie, has been toned down for the PG-13, so the vestiges of the original darker content come across as harsher in the sea of mediocrity. If they were attempting to satirise or make a comment on teen flicks, then they failed, because the final film shows little evidence of this, and it's just another entry tredding on familiar ground. Hell, even '''Film/TheGirlNextDoor''' '''Film/{{The Girl Next Door|2004}}''' is a better take at this kind of material! The running gay joke not only wears thin, but comes close to being worryingly homophobic, especially given the character's alternate name is "Dick Munsch", and his habit of quoting movies is another staggeringly unfunny runner that only reminds you of better films! Director Creator/ChrisColumbus has to lay a lot of the blame here, as he does a poor job, because scenes feel slack, forced, and tone-deaf, laying on subtlety-free slapstick to compensate. This reflects in many of the lame stereotypes throughout, especially Paul Rust's '''way''' overplaying nerd, who is one of the most irritating lead performances I've seen in ages, who actually looks older than the eight-year age difference suggests, making things even more unsettling! In short, I don't like you, Beth Cooper, let's not be friends, and I'm not accepting a Website/{{Facebook}} invite either."''
24th Jun '17 10:34:46 AM nombretomado
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->''"So anyway, '''Film/{{Transmorphers}}''': the ghastly result of '''Franchise/{{Transformers}}''', '''Franchise/StarshipTroopers''', '''Film/TheMatrix''', '''Film/TheTerminator''', and '''Film/DemolitionMan''' all [[XMeetsY mixed together]] with a [[NoBudget miniscule budget]], terrible acting and god-awful direction. The special effects are absolutely [[SpecialEffectsFailure laughable]] and the script keeps contradicting itself on the fly. The robots that were [[InformedAttribute apparently invincible]] are just beaten with a simple plan that someone could've come up in their sleep. They've been fighting for hundreds of years and it took them'' this long ''to come up with this plan? As I said the budget is horrendous. Now low budget by no means equals poor quality. I mean, one of its inspirations, '''Film/TheTerminator''', was fairly low budget. Here however, they handle it in the worst possible manner. It's always blatantly obvious when they've run into budget constraints. If you can't show a scene due to a lack of budget, [[ShowDontTell don't for the love of God]] compensate for it by having the characters look at something [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome off-screen]] and describe it. It only draws attention to itself. Just cut the scene! In fact, that would've made the poor pacing and subpar direction slightly more bearable."''

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->''"So anyway, '''Film/{{Transmorphers}}''': the ghastly result of '''Franchise/{{Transformers}}''', '''Franchise/StarshipTroopers''', '''Film/TheMatrix''', '''Film/TheTerminator''', and '''Film/DemolitionMan''' all [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY mixed together]] with a [[NoBudget miniscule budget]], terrible acting and god-awful direction. The special effects are absolutely [[SpecialEffectsFailure laughable]] and the script keeps contradicting itself on the fly. The robots that were [[InformedAttribute apparently invincible]] are just beaten with a simple plan that someone could've come up in their sleep. They've been fighting for hundreds of years and it took them'' this long ''to come up with this plan? As I said the budget is horrendous. Now low budget by no means equals poor quality. I mean, one of its inspirations, '''Film/TheTerminator''', was fairly low budget. Here however, they handle it in the worst possible manner. It's always blatantly obvious when they've run into budget constraints. If you can't show a scene due to a lack of budget, [[ShowDontTell don't for the love of God]] compensate for it by having the characters look at something [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome off-screen]] and describe it. It only draws attention to itself. Just cut the scene! In fact, that would've made the poor pacing and subpar direction slightly more bearable."''
1st Jun '17 3:17:58 PM Hallwings
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->''"'''Film/LeapYear''' is so awful, that it can almost be considered a cultural insult. It's clear that the writers had no idea what UsefulNotes/Ireland was like whatsoever, other than what's on a Lucky Charms cereal box, and shoehorn them into every romcom convention known to man, depicting the country like it's barely progressed in a hundred years and filled with stereotypes. Creator/AmyAdams and Matthew Goode are wonderful actors, but this movie does them a disservice because it makes them look like fools, playing petty, spiteful, and just plain aggravating characters who can hardly stand to watch, let alone want to see together, with Goode's sullen barky being obnoxious. It aims to be this charming comedy, but it's clawing and sloppily made with a haphazard quality at every turn, as they don't even put effort into the conventions. I can't imagine what it must be like watching this as an Irish viewer; this must've been laughed off the screen in the country, and not in the way the filmmakers intended. For all involved, this is a total embarrassment that, to quote the movie, is a load of poo. If you want to have a lucky day, don't waste your time watching this absolute drivel! Maybe take a page out of Matthew Goode's book and watch '''Film/TheQuietMan''' instead, or hell, even watch a '''Film/{{Leprechaun}}''' sequel; those are about as Irish as this is!"''

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->''"'''Film/LeapYear''' is so awful, that it can almost be considered a cultural insult. It's clear that the writers had no idea what UsefulNotes/Ireland UsefulNotes/{{Ireland}} was like whatsoever, other than what's on a Lucky Charms cereal box, and shoehorn them into every romcom convention known to man, depicting the country like it's barely progressed in a hundred years and filled with stereotypes. Creator/AmyAdams and Matthew Goode are wonderful actors, but this movie does them a disservice because it makes them look like fools, playing petty, spiteful, and just plain aggravating characters who can hardly stand to watch, let alone want to see together, with Goode's sullen barky being obnoxious. It aims to be this charming comedy, but it's clawing and sloppily made with a haphazard quality at every turn, as they don't even put effort into the conventions. I can't imagine what it must be like watching this as an Irish viewer; this must've been laughed off the screen in the country, and not in the way the filmmakers intended. For all involved, this is a total embarrassment that, to quote the movie, is a load of poo. If you want to have a lucky day, don't waste your time watching this absolute drivel! Maybe take a page out of Matthew Goode's book and watch '''Film/TheQuietMan''' instead, or hell, even watch a '''Film/{{Leprechaun}}''' sequel; those are about as Irish as this is!"''
15th Apr '17 6:56:24 AM DeepthroatGhoul
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->''"'''Film/LeapYear''' is so awful, that it can almost be considered a cultural insult. It's clear that the writers had no idea what UsefulNotes/Ireland was like whatsoever, other than what's on a Lucky Charms cereal box, and shoehorn them into every romcom convention known to man, depicting the country like it's barely progressed in a hundred years and filled with stereotypes. Creator/AmyAdams and Matthew Goode are wonderful actors, but this movie does them a disservice because it makes them look like fools, playing petty, spiteful, and just plain aggravating characters who can hardly stand to watch, let alone want to see together, with Goode's sullen barky being obnoxious. It aims to be this charming comedy, but it's clawing and sloppily made with a haphazard quality at every turn, as they don't even put effort into the conventions. I can't imagine what it must be like watching this as an Irish viewer; this must've been laughed off the screen in the country, and not in the way the filmmakers intended. For all involved, this is a total embarrassment that, to quote the movie, is a load of poo. If you want to have a lucky day, don't waste your time watching this absolute drivel! Maybe take a page out of Matthew Goode's book and watch '''Film/TheQuietMan''' instead, or hell, even watch a '''Film/{{Leprechaun}}''' sequel; those are about as Irish as this is!"''
-->-- '''Film Brain''', on ''Film/LeapYear''
4th Jan '17 7:55:47 AM DeepthroatGhoul
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->''You know how I said at the end of my '''Film/MegaSharkVsGiantOctopus''' review how Creator/TheAsylum seem to be improving? Well, I take that back because this film is atrocious on every level. The CGI is awful, with the piranhas [[OffModel changing from shot to shot]]. The acting is more wooden than a rainforest and the script, when it's not being incredibly stupid and filled with plot holes, is just an [[RecycledScript unimaginative clone]] of '''Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus'''. Even as a cheesy BMovie, it's so damn awful it borders on downright unwatchable.''

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->''You ->''"You know how I said at the end of my '''Film/MegaSharkVsGiantOctopus''' review how Creator/TheAsylum seem to be improving? Well, I take that back because this film is atrocious on every level. The CGI is awful, with the piranhas [[OffModel changing from shot to shot]]. The acting is more wooden than a rainforest and the script, when it's not being incredibly stupid and filled with plot holes, is just an [[RecycledScript unimaginative clone]] of '''Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus'''. Even as a cheesy BMovie, it's so damn awful it borders on downright unwatchable.''"''


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->''"This movie is a lump of coal! It's terribly scripted with a huge number of plotholes and contrivances. The characters are badly written and often act inconsistently from scene to scene. This isn't helped by the performances, particularly that of a spectacularly micast Lukas Haas, who makes himself look like a fool trying to act tough! It's like a Lifetime TV movie meets an exploitation flick, encouraging murder as female empowerment, which is borderline reprehensible! It's also full of padding and stalling to make the incredibly thin story reach feature-length, with many dull stretches particularly early on. You know what this reminded me of? British horror flick '''Film/EdenLake''', which is a lot more brutal, a lot more relentless, and a lot more suspenseful. Go see that, not this turkey!"''
-->-- '''Film Brain''', on ''While She Was Out''
26th Nov '16 4:39:43 PM Dancedom
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->''"Damn it, ''One Night Stand'' you are infuriating! This drama is completely confused. The issue of infidelity is a tricky subject and the treatment here doesn't do it justice. The performances are excellent, especially Creator/RobertDowneyJr, but the characters are largely unlikable and the plot is ludicrously convoluted. I really don't get who this was supposed to be aimed at, it's not lurid and exploitive as you might first think, but it doesn't really satisfy some mature drama because it constantly shies away from making tough decisions or actually having a viewpoint. This culminates in a preposterous cop-out twist that is absolutely rage-inducing. The AIDS scenes are absolutely harrowing but they deserve a better, different movie that isn't using the topic to make itself feel so usually important. I also found the directing style irritating and aggravatingly pretentious. The film is basically a time capsule of 90s filmmaking both for better and for worse."''

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->''"Damn it, ''One '''One Night Stand'' Stand''' you are infuriating! This drama is completely confused. The issue of infidelity is a tricky subject and the treatment here doesn't do it justice. The performances are excellent, especially Creator/RobertDowneyJr, but the characters are largely unlikable and the plot is ludicrously convoluted. I really don't get who this was supposed to be aimed at, it's not lurid and exploitive as you might first think, but it doesn't really satisfy some mature drama because it constantly shies away from making tough decisions or actually having a viewpoint. This culminates in a preposterous cop-out twist that is absolutely rage-inducing. The AIDS scenes are absolutely harrowing but they deserve a better, different movie that isn't using the topic to make itself feel so usually important. I also found the directing style irritating and aggravatingly pretentious. The film is basically a time capsule of 90s filmmaking both for better and for worse."''
26th Nov '16 2:31:21 AM DeepthroatGhoul
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->''"Even as a fan of the [[Franchise/DieHard franchise]], '''Film/AGoodDayToDieHard''' is not only a disgrace to its namesake, it's also one of the worst big-budget action movies in recent memory. As much as it pains me to say this, it's abundantly clear that the ''Die Hard'' well has completely dried up by this point. There is barely the faintest echo of the [[Film/DieHard original classic]] in this soulless embarrassment that has virtually no connection to the earlier movies, but damages it by association. Even without the name, this is an incompetent action movie, as director Creator/JohnMoore's awful camera work and editing turns the whole film into a headache, the villains are lame and thinly-drawn, and the cobbled-together script is clearly an afterthought between mind-numbing set pieces. But the worst thing about the film is [[Creator/BruceWillis Willis]] himself, who's phoned-in and disinterested reprisal of his StarMakingRole sees him barely show up as a sidekick in his own movie to Creator/JaiCourtney's lunkhead replacement, and John [=McClane=]'s become this [[{{Jerkass}} massively unlikable wanker]] that gets his kicks out of hurting people, especially if they don't speak his language. '''This''' is radioactive waste that makes the [[Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard fourth film]] look like the first by comparison! In the end, it's a good day to put this series out of its own misery!"''

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->''"Even as a fan of the [[Franchise/DieHard franchise]], '''Film/AGoodDayToDieHard''' is not only a disgrace to its namesake, it's also one of the worst big-budget action movies in recent memory. As much as it pains me to say this, it's abundantly clear that the ''Die Hard'' '''Die Hard''' well has completely dried up by this point. There is barely the faintest echo of the [[Film/DieHard original classic]] in this soulless embarrassment that has virtually no connection to the earlier movies, but damages it by association. Even without the name, this is an incompetent action movie, as director Creator/JohnMoore's awful camera work and editing turns the whole film into a headache, the villains are lame and thinly-drawn, and the cobbled-together script is clearly an afterthought between mind-numbing set pieces. But the worst thing about the film is [[Creator/BruceWillis Willis]] himself, who's phoned-in and disinterested reprisal of his StarMakingRole sees him barely show up as a sidekick in his own movie to Creator/JaiCourtney's lunkhead replacement, and John [=McClane=]'s become this [[{{Jerkass}} massively unlikable wanker]] that gets his kicks out of hurting people, especially if they don't speak his language. '''This''' is radioactive waste that makes the [[Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard fourth film]] look like the first by comparison! In the end, it's a good day to put this series out of its own misery!"''
25th Oct '16 5:13:26 PM CumbersomeTercel
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->''"Although it isn't as bad as some of the heinous sequels it spawned, it does deserve this review for being so dull. I mean you can't just have fast cars take the plot. There has something going on behind it. It takes itself too seriously and is no fun. Creator/PaulWalker might need checking for termites judging by his acting. And the film is already heavily dated and only eight years after its release due to its migraine-inducing soundtrack. The new movie, '''Fast & Furious''', is being depicted as a return to form for the series. From terrible to just plain mediocre. Yeah, just some comeback. Now if you excuse me, I need to go rev my engine."''

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->''"Although it isn't as bad as some of the heinous sequels it spawned, it does deserve this review for being so dull. I mean you can't just have fast cars take the plot. There has something going on behind it. It takes itself too seriously and is no fun. Creator/PaulWalker might need checking for termites judging by his acting. And the film is already heavily dated and only eight years after its release due to its migraine-inducing soundtrack. The new movie, '''Fast & Furious''', '''Film/FastAndFurious''', is being depicted as a return to form for the series. From terrible to just plain mediocre. Yeah, just some comeback. Now if you excuse me, I need to go rev my engine."''



->''"I mean my god, this is a terrible movie. Spectacularly bad writing is everywhere! The fight scenes are short and poorly done. The performances and casting is atrocious. And for a supposedly faithful adaptation, [[AdaptationDecay they changed pretty much everything]]! Oh, and there were only seven characters from the games. What surprised me about the movie is that it takes itself so goddamn seriously. At least [[Film/StreetFighter the first attempt]] was a bit of fun. I mean, who the hell was calling out for a [[DarkerAndEdgier dark and gritty]] version of Franchise/StreetFighter? The tone is so erratically different, that if you changed the name and title, this would be a generic martial arts movie. All the characters have been stripped of everything but their most basic traits, or in Rose's case, not even that."''

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->''"I mean my god, this is a terrible movie. Spectacularly bad writing is everywhere! The fight scenes are short and poorly done. The performances and casting is atrocious. And for a supposedly faithful adaptation, [[AdaptationDecay they changed pretty much everything]]! Oh, and there were only seven characters from the games. What surprised me about the movie is that it takes itself so goddamn seriously. At least [[Film/StreetFighter the first attempt]] was a bit of fun. I mean, who the hell was calling out for a [[DarkerAndEdgier dark and gritty]] version of Franchise/StreetFighter? ''Franchise/StreetFighter''? The tone is so erratically different, that if you changed the name and title, this would be a generic martial arts movie. All the characters have been stripped of everything but their most basic traits, or in Rose's case, not even that."''



->''"Even as a fan of the [[Franchise/DieHard franchise]], '''Film/AGoodDayToDieHard''' is not only a disgrace to its namesake, it's also one of the worst big-budget action movies in recent memory. As much as it pains me to say this, it's abundantly clear that the Die Hard well has completely dried up by this point. There is barely the faintest echo of the [[Film/DieHard original classic]] in this soulless embarassment that has virtually no connection to the earlier movies, but damages it by association. Even without the name, this is an incompetent action movie, as director Creator/JohnMoore's awful camera work and editing turns the whole film into a headache, the villains are lame and thinly-drawn, and the cobbled-together script is clearly an afterthought between mind-numbing set pieces. But the worst thing about the film is [[Creator/BruceWillis Willis]] himself, who's phoned-in and disinterested reprisal of his StarMakingRole sees him barely show up as a sidekick in his own movie to Creator/JaiCourtney's lunkhead replacement, and John [=McClane=]'s become this [[{{Jerkass}} massively unlikable wanker]] that gets his kicks out of hurting people, especially as they don't speak his language. '''This''' is radioactive waste that makes the [[Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard fourth film]] look like the first by comparison! In the end, it's a good day to put this series out of its own misery!"''

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->''"Even as a fan of the [[Franchise/DieHard franchise]], '''Film/AGoodDayToDieHard''' is not only a disgrace to its namesake, it's also one of the worst big-budget action movies in recent memory. As much as it pains me to say this, it's abundantly clear that the Die Hard ''Die Hard'' well has completely dried up by this point. There is barely the faintest echo of the [[Film/DieHard original classic]] in this soulless embarassment embarrassment that has virtually no connection to the earlier movies, but damages it by association. Even without the name, this is an incompetent action movie, as director Creator/JohnMoore's awful camera work and editing turns the whole film into a headache, the villains are lame and thinly-drawn, and the cobbled-together script is clearly an afterthought between mind-numbing set pieces. But the worst thing about the film is [[Creator/BruceWillis Willis]] himself, who's phoned-in and disinterested reprisal of his StarMakingRole sees him barely show up as a sidekick in his own movie to Creator/JaiCourtney's lunkhead replacement, and John [=McClane=]'s become this [[{{Jerkass}} massively unlikable wanker]] that gets his kicks out of hurting people, especially as if they don't speak his language. '''This''' is radioactive waste that makes the [[Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard fourth film]] look like the first by comparison! In the end, it's a good day to put this series out of its own misery!"''
23rd Oct '16 3:18:14 PM DeepthroatGhoul
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->''"Even as a fan of the [[Franchise/DieHard franchise]], '''Film/AGoodDayToDieHard''' is not only a disgrace to its namesake, it's also one of the worst big-budget action movies in recent memory. As much as it pains me to say this, it's abundantly clear that the Die Hard well has completely dried up by this point. There is barely the faintest echo of the [[Film/DieHard original classic]] in this soulless embarassment that has virtually no connection to the earlier movies, but damages it by association. Even without the name, this is an incompetent action movie, as director Creator/JohnMoore's awful camera work and editing turns the whole film into a headache, the villains are lame and thinly-drawn, and the cobbled-together script is clearly an afterthought between mind-numbing set pieces. But the worst thing about the film is [[Creator/BruceWillis Willis]] himself, who's phoned-in and disinterested reprisal of his StarMakingRole sees him barely show up as a sidekick in his own movie to Creator/JaiCourtney's lunkhead replacement, and John [=McClane=]'s become this [[{{Jerkass}} massively unlikable wanker] that gets his kicks out of hurting people, especially as they don't speak his language. '''This''' is radioactive waste that makes the [[Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard fourth film]] look like the first by comparison! In the end, it's a good day to put this series out of its own misery!"''

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->''"Even as a fan of the [[Franchise/DieHard franchise]], '''Film/AGoodDayToDieHard''' is not only a disgrace to its namesake, it's also one of the worst big-budget action movies in recent memory. As much as it pains me to say this, it's abundantly clear that the Die Hard well has completely dried up by this point. There is barely the faintest echo of the [[Film/DieHard original classic]] in this soulless embarassment that has virtually no connection to the earlier movies, but damages it by association. Even without the name, this is an incompetent action movie, as director Creator/JohnMoore's awful camera work and editing turns the whole film into a headache, the villains are lame and thinly-drawn, and the cobbled-together script is clearly an afterthought between mind-numbing set pieces. But the worst thing about the film is [[Creator/BruceWillis Willis]] himself, who's phoned-in and disinterested reprisal of his StarMakingRole sees him barely show up as a sidekick in his own movie to Creator/JaiCourtney's lunkhead replacement, and John [=McClane=]'s become this [[{{Jerkass}} massively unlikable wanker] wanker]] that gets his kicks out of hurting people, especially as they don't speak his language. '''This''' is radioactive waste that makes the [[Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard fourth film]] look like the first by comparison! In the end, it's a good day to put this series out of its own misery!"''
23rd Oct '16 3:17:42 PM DeepthroatGhoul
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->''"Even as a fan of the [[Franchise/DieHard franchise]], '''Film/AGoodDayToDieHard''' is not only a disgrace to its namesake, it's also one of the worst big-budget action movies in recent memory. As much as it pains me to say this, it's abundantly clear that the Die Hard well has completely dried up by this point. There is barely the faintest echo of the [[Film/DieHard original classic]] in this soulless embarassment that has virtually no connection to the earlier movies, but damages it by association. Even without the name, this is an incompetent action movie, as director Creator/JohnMoore's awful camera work and editing turns the whole film into a headache, the villains are lame and thinly-drawn, and the cobbled-together script is clearly an afterthought between mind-numbing set pieces. But the worst thing about the film is [[Creator/BruceWillis Willis]] himself, who's phoned-in and disinterested reprisal of his StarMakingRole sees him barely show up as a sidekick in his own movie to Creator/JaiCourtney's lunkhead replacement, and John [=McClane=]'s become this massively unlikable wanker that gets his kicks out of hurting people, especially as they don't speak his language. '''This''' is radioactive waste that makes the [[Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard fourth film]] look like the first by comparison! In the end, it's a good day to put this series out of its own misery!"''

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->''"Even as a fan of the [[Franchise/DieHard franchise]], '''Film/AGoodDayToDieHard''' is not only a disgrace to its namesake, it's also one of the worst big-budget action movies in recent memory. As much as it pains me to say this, it's abundantly clear that the Die Hard well has completely dried up by this point. There is barely the faintest echo of the [[Film/DieHard original classic]] in this soulless embarassment that has virtually no connection to the earlier movies, but damages it by association. Even without the name, this is an incompetent action movie, as director Creator/JohnMoore's awful camera work and editing turns the whole film into a headache, the villains are lame and thinly-drawn, and the cobbled-together script is clearly an afterthought between mind-numbing set pieces. But the worst thing about the film is [[Creator/BruceWillis Willis]] himself, who's phoned-in and disinterested reprisal of his StarMakingRole sees him barely show up as a sidekick in his own movie to Creator/JaiCourtney's lunkhead replacement, and John [=McClane=]'s become this [[{{Jerkass}} massively unlikable wanker wanker] that gets his kicks out of hurting people, especially as they don't speak his language. '''This''' is radioactive waste that makes the [[Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard fourth film]] look like the first by comparison! In the end, it's a good day to put this series out of its own misery!"''
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